90210 (2008–2013): Season 3, Episode 22 - To the Future! - full transcript

Naomi makes a decision that could impact her future. Liam makes a revelation to Annie.

Previously on 90210:

- She messed with my pills.
- There's no way that she'd do that.

You're right, you're right. I'm...
I'm just being paranoid.

Well, you'll be happy to know
I wrote my paper.

I know you didn't write it.

I may have made a few changes
to your paper after you went to sleep.

- Hey, I'm sorry.
- I can't believe you did this.

I drove Navid home.

He kissed me.

- Did you kiss her?
- I can't remember, I was drinking...

I never wanna see you again.

I'm dying, Ivy.

I wanna be there,
you know, until the end

if that's what it comes down to.

Then marry me.


I've never been called
to the principal's office before.

Can't believe I'm in trouble.

You're the one who cheated,
not me.

Look, I screwed up, Naomi,
and I am so sorry.

I just knew how important
going to CU was to you

and I am good at writing papers
so I thought...

You know
what really pissed me off?

The fact that you thought
my paper needed rewriting.

I mean...

Do you think I'm dumb?


I think you're brilliant, I do.

I think you're hilarious
and perceptive and honest.

And l...

I love the way your brain works.

You love my brain?

I love...

Well, a lot of things about you.

I love a lot of things about you too.


I forgive you.

Thank you.

You've really never been
to the principal's office before?

Not against my will.

Okay, don't say a word.

What they have right now is a theory
and a theory is worthless.

Without proof,
they cannot punish us, okay?

This is the paper in question
allegedly written by you, Naomi.

And this is a paper written
for my European History class,

two years ago.

Similar ideas, some of the same turns
of phrase, written by guess who.

Max Miller.

Clearly, there was cheating involved.

So let's see. Either the prom queen
with a reputation for lying

copied her boyfriend's paper
or our class valedictorian

with his perfect GPA
conspired with her to cheat.

Come on, Naomi,
why don't you just admit what you did?


Well, if neither one of you
comes forward,

I have to assume
you both were involved

- and you'll both be expelled.
- Expelled?

We have an honour code
at West Beverly

and a no tolerance policy
to cheating.

So, yes, you will both be expelled.

Which of course means
you can forget about CU and Caltech.

It wasn't a conspiracy.

It was all me.

I copied Max's paper.
He had nothing to do with it.

Thank you, Naomi.

Now that was not so hard, was it?

So, what is this important news?

Ivy and I are engaged.


And because
I'm starting chemo next week,

we wanna get married soon.

Like, in the next few days.

Mata, Pita, I know you wanted me
to have an arranged marriage like you.

And I know that Ivy isn't Indian.

But I love her and she loves me.

And we wanna spend
the rest of our lives together

as husband and wife,
officially and legally.

I recognise
this isn't what you expected,

but if you can find it in your hearts
to support us...

Of course.


We are just happy
that you are happy.

You have our blessing
of course, beta.

Thank you, Ivy, for loving my son.

Thank you for being okay with this.

I'm not okay with this.

What? Why?

Ivy, you're 18 years old. You're a kid.

You're not ready
to make this commitment.

And I'm sorry,
but you're not doing this.

Yes, I am, Mom.

I am. And look,
I love you, but I also love Raj.

Yeah, and you're right,
I'm 18 and that means I'm an adult

and I can make
my own decisions now.

Look, I get that you two
love each other and that's great.

But, no, live together.

I mean, do whatever, just...
There's no need for you to get married.

But why not?
I mean, why shouldn't we get married?

- Ivy.
- Mom, I'm gonna marry Raj.

And it would mean the world to me
if you were there to give me away.

I can't.

I can't support this marriage, I can't.

Ooh, I like that colour.

West Bev blue
in honour of graduation.

Tell me what you think
about this nail art

the lady did on my big toe.

Turned out a little funky, right?

No, I think it's cute.

What is it?

Well, it's supposed to be a wildcat.

I don't know,
it looks more like a demon

or like a bagel with teeth.


I think it's cute.

Who cares what people think?

Freedom of nail expression

is just one of the many advantages
of not having a boyfriend.

Are you okay?

I'm fine.

I mean, I'm...

I'm heartbroken.

Heartbroken-slash-really pissed off,

but I'm okay.

I got my friends, you know?


Can I just say how grateful I am
that we're still friends?

Me too.

I mean, we had a rough year,
but we made it through, didn't we?

Ha, ha. Yeah.

I mean, we've been friends
since we were little.

We're gonna be friends
when we're old.

Yeah, we are.

- Okay.
- All right.

- I gotta go.
- Don't mess it up.

- Bye, sweetie.
- Bye.

- All right.
- I'll talk to you later.

- I'll see you later.
- Bye.

All these lies.

You really think
you're going to get away with it?

I'm tired.

There's no one here.

You're dead.

Don't you learn?

You stole my songs
and everybody found out.

And yet here you are
lying to Navid, lying to Silver.

Come on.

How do you think
this is going to end?

I'm okay,
everything is going to be okay.

No, no. It's not.


Yeah, are your parents excited?

What's up?

Hey, blondie.

You wearing anything
under that robe?

Hi, and yes, I am.

- Thank you.
- Have I taught you nothing?

I didn't know you're coming today.

I'm here. I wouldn't miss you guys
graduating. Are you kidding?

I don't believe you're expelled.
I'm so sorry.

- Oh. What are you gonna do?
- Well, what about CU?

I guess I'll get my GED,
see what happens next.

Maybe they'll let me in next year,
who knows?

So, what are you gonna do
about this weekend, parties?

You gonna go with us
to Melissa Manning's tomorrow?

Um, no. Actually, I can't.

Well, what do you mean you can't?

Because Raj and I
are kind of getting married.

Oh, my God!

Thank you, I think.


Yeah, really, no, and trust me,
I know it's a little crazy...

Oh, no, I mean, it's romantic.

It's crazy, yes, but good crazy.

Wonderful crazy.
I'm so happy for you.

Well, tell me everything, when?
Where? Who are you wearing?

No, I'm gonna keep it
super, super low-key.

Well, how low-key?

You know, like, maybe I'll just have
a ceremony and not some big party.

But my mom doesn't really approve
of the whole thing

so she's not gonna be coming
to the wedding.


- I'm sorry, Ivy.
- Well, I'll deal.

And Raj's family wants us to have
a traditional Indian wedding.

We'll probably just have the ceremony
in his parents' living room.

In Raj's parents' living room?

Naomi, getting married
isn't the important part,

being married is.

I don't know who told you that,
but that is just not true.

There's nothing more important
than the wedding.

The wedding
is the party part of getting married.


I'm gonna throw you a wedding.
I'm gonna throw you a wedding.

- Oh, my God, you're getting married.
- I know.

Hey! There you are.

- You're late.
- Yeah, I know.


Let's go graduate.

- You know what?
- What's that?

I don't think I've ever been so happy
in my whole life.

I mean, this, right here,
this is my happy high point.

Yeah? That's cool.

Everything's just working out
so perfectly.

I mean,
we made it through high school,

I inherited a fortune,
so college tuition is taken care of.

I got into Carnegie Mellon,
you're into Drexel,

and we are gonna live together.

I found this amazing apartment,
it's huge...

- Can we talk about this later?
- Why?

I would rather not talk
about this right now,

like, right before graduation.

Hey, wait. Tell me what's going on.

I don't wanna go to Drexel.

- What?
- Yeah.

I mean,
I don't wanna go to college at all.

Oh, my God.

I mean, all this time
you've just been pretending

that you wanted
to have a life with me?

Well, I didn't mean to, I just...

I didn't know how to bring it up to you
that I was having doubts.

Doubts about school.

So are these just doubts then?

No. I mean,
yes, I was having doubts,

but when I got the acceptance letter,
I knew I didn't wanna go.

But you didn't mention it to me?

I didn't wanna hurt you.

I love you, Annie.



I can't do this.

You and me, I can't...

- What does that mean?
- It means that we've spent

the past six months planning a future
that you don't even want.

It means I can't trust you.

Are you breaking up with me?


Yeah, I am.


Goodbye, Liam.

This is an achievement
earned the hard way.

By working hard,
by stumbling, by falling down

and getting back up again.

By persevering.

And so I ask you, class of 2011,
to take pride in what you have earned.

I know that I am very,
very proud of you indeed.

And now, it is my great pleasure
to introduce someone

of whom I am particularly proud,
the valedictorian of the class of 2011,

Max Miller.


- All right, Max!
- Yeah!

Yeah, bro!

Yeah, Max!

Thank you, Principal Nowack.

Good afternoon, everybody.


What does that word mean?

Well, if you don't know

perhaps you shouldn't be graduating
from high school.

Um, to commence is to begin.

And so as we step forward
into our futures,

we should take a moment and think.

What do we wanna be
when we grow up?

What kind of person
do you wanna be?

What kind of person
do you wanna be?

I'm sorry.

I'm sorry, I can't do this.

I was the one who cheated,
not Naomi.

I screwed up,
I broke the honour code and I am sorry,

but she should be graduating here,
not me.

I'm sorry, Naomi.

And congratulations, everybody.

Oh, well...

Can everyone just please quiet...?
Can everyone just please stand?

West Beverly Hills High School
class of 2011,

I hereby proclaim
that you are officially graduates.

- Congratulations.
- Yeah!

Why'd you do that?
What about Cal Tech?

- You didn't have to do this.
- Yes, I did.

Because when I think
about the future,

I wanna be the kind of guy
who deserves a girl like you.

- Ooh, that tickles.
- Oh, keep still.

That is amazing.

Yeah, it's mesmerising.

Mm-hm. Like watching paint dry.

- Naomi.
- I'm sorry.

- You asked for a bachelorette party...
- No, actually I didn't.

And quite frankly, Amish bachelorettes
are wilder than this.

Bachelor party.

Come on, dudes, bachelor party.

- Yeah, bachelor party.
- Yeah.

- Yeah!
- Hey!

Hey, for the guest of honour.

- Thank you.
- Oh, both of them, dude.

Okay. Thank you, thank you.

- Cheers.
- Cheers it up, yeah.

- Cheers.
- Cheers.

- Cheers.
- Cheers, all right.

Hey, um, so how you doing, man?

I'm doing all right, man,
I'm doing pretty well.

I should get married more often.
This is pretty fun.

- Just wait till Terry gets here.
- Terry?

Oh, no, a stripper?

Did you say "stripper"?
There's gonna be a stripper here?

Hell, yes.

Hell, yeah. Yeah, man.

- My cousin's having more fun than me.
- Yeah.

Anyways, you know,
I'm really happy for you and Ivy.

You know,
I wish you guys all the best, man.

Thanks, man, I appreciate it.

It means a lot to have
you guys as support, you know.

You know Ivy's mom
isn't coming to the wedding, right?

She doesn't approve.

Really? Laurel's usually real cool.

Not about this.

I mean, it's okay,
but I just feel bad for Ivy, you know.


Oh, stripper time.

- Stripper time.
- All right.

- Stay right here.
- Okay.

I thought they were joking.

Good evening.

Hey, officer.

What seems to be the problem?

I'm afraid some neighbours
have complained of a disturbance.

- They have?
- Yes.

And maybe I should come in
and frisk some people?


Oh, no. Oh, no.

Oh, no, hey, guys, guys, it's okay.

I'm not a cop. I'm Terry.

- You're Terry?
- He's Terry.

All right, ladies.

It's time to get the party started.

- Cocktails for everyone.
- Thank you.

Thank you.

Oh, and the ice cubes
are made in the shape of little penises.

No, thank you.

- Naomi?
- What?

Oh, my God.

You won't wear the headband
with the phallic antennae,

won't play spin the bottle.

You expect me to play spin the bottle
with my fianc?'s cousin?

- Okay, how about a drinking game?
- No, no drinking games.

Fine, the game
is I'll Drink and You Can Time Me

and See How Long It Takes Me
To Pass Out.

I'm afraid neighbours
have complained about a disturbance.

Please tell me you're a stripper.

Maybe I should come in
and, uh, frisk some people?

Oh, hell, yes.


- Come on.
- Hey.

Come on.

What are you guys doing here?

Well, there seemed to be a mix up

and we found ourselves with a prepaid
male stripper on our hands.

We were wondering
if maybe you would want...

Male stripper on my hands?

- Yeah.
- Oh, honey, I want.

Yes, baby.


This is a little too weird.
I thought we were dropping him off.

- I didn't know we had to stay.
- Well, this isn't weird, this is amazing.

Isn't it amazing, Teddy?

No, no, this is weird.

- Yes.
- Stop.

Here, Annie, put a little money
into that boy's thong.

Hey, these are all hundreds, Naomi.

Okay, well,
someone with smaller bills.

I have singles in my purse.

There is the party spirit.
Thank you, Adrianna.


- Naomi.
- I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

- Bravo.
- Oh, my God.

Sorry, Ade.


Oh, why do you have Silver's pills?

Let me see that.

Oh, my God, you did do it.

I was right.
You switched out my pills.


Look, I really honestly don't know
how they got in there.

- Someone must've put them there.
- You're a liar.

- You're a pathological liar.
- No, guys.

I'm not... No, I'm not lying.

Nothing happened between us,
did it?


Okay, you don't understand.

Adrianna, you need to go.

- But...
- Adrianna, it's time for you to leave.


I'm so sorry
that I didn't believe you, Silver.

No, it's okay.

It's hard to fathom that someone
could do something so awful.

Yeah, but I'm really, really sorry.

Well, I'm sorry that I...

I thought that you'd cheat on me.

But I'm really glad that it's not true.

Me too.


I missed you.

I missed you more.



So, um...

I just wanted to let you know
that I got a job.

Wow. Already.

- Okay.
- It's on this deep-sea fishing boat.

You know how I always loved
to be on the water.

It's not an easy job, but it pays well.

And I figure a couple months at sea
might help me, uh,


Figure out what I wanna do.

So this is what you wanna do
instead of going to college?

You wanna go fishing?

You don't have
to make it sound so dumb.

- Liam, I just don't get it.
- I know you don't.

When do you leave?



Well, good luck.

I hope that you find yourself.

Or whatever it is
that you're looking for.

I hate to say I told you so.

Oh, well. I told you so.

- No.
- God, they all hate you, don't they?

They'll forgive me.

- Are you kidding?
- Silver and I have been friends

since we were little.

And we're gonna be friends
when we're old ladies.

We're gonna get through this.

I know we can.

It's open, come in.

Uh, hey.

Oh, Dixon, hey.

I thought my yoga teacher
was early.

Ivy's already gone over to the thing.

Um, yeah,
actually I came to talk to you.

Your daughter's getting married.

You can't be here doing yoga
while your daughter's getting married.

I'm sorry, but I can't.
I can't support this.

This whole thing is crazy.

Look, I know they're young, okay?

And I know it's happening
way too fast,

but Ivy and Raj love each other
and they're committed to each other.

He's dying, Dixon.

That's why they're getting married,
because Raj is dying.

If Ivy marries Raj,
she'll be a widow before she's 25.

If Ivy marries Raj,
he'll leave her and break her heart.

I don't want her heart to be broken.

I don't want Ivy's heart to be broken.

I know. I know.

But there's nothing we can do.

Ivy loves Raj.

And if Raj dies...

When Raj dies...

Her heart is gonna be broken
whether they're married or not.

Now, that's life, you know.

Heartbreak is just a part of the deal.

That's why
I think we gotta support them.

Because life is hard.

And life is way too short.


We just gotta love each other
as best as we can

while we're still here.

You're just so young,
aren't you, Dixon?

Okay, we need
four more table arrangements.

Can you try to centre that please?
Whoa, crazy.

Okay, guys, careful please.
That is very expensive.



Hi. What are you wearing?

Did you not get the outfit
I messengered over?

It matched my sari perfectly.


I'm in some trouble. Um...

My parents are not dealing well
with me getting expelled

and, well, in fact,
they're pretty pissed.

Oh, I'm sorry, Max.

They think
that you're a bad influence.

And they forbid me to see you again.

Um, okay, we'll just sneak around.

They're sending me
to a summer programme in Cambridge

with the hopes that MIT
will still take me in the fall.

I leave tomorrow.

What? What? No, Max.

You just have to tell them
that you're an adult now

and it's your decision and no.

I can't, I can't.
My parents are my parents.

They sacrificed a lot for me, I just...

I can't defy them, I'm sorry, Naomi.
I'm so sorry.

- Just...
- What?

What does this mean? We just
can't see each other anymore?

- I am so sorry.
- Just...


I gotta go.

I gotta go.

I love you.


I love you too.

Okay, I can't believe
I'm actually getting married

and to a guy
who knows how to ride an elephant.

My God, you need someone
to walk you down the aisle.

I'll do it.

No, Naomi, that's really sweet of you,
but I'm okay, I'm fine...

No, I'm going to give you away.

- Ivy.
- Mom?

You're here.

- Am I too late?
- No, you're not too late.

Oh, I'm so sorry, sweetie.

It's okay. You're here now.


Way to ruin my big moment, Laurel.

Hey, Mama, you wanna walk me
down the aisle?

Yeah, I would.

Let's do this.

All right.


We have come together
to wed Ivy, daughter of Laurel,

to Raj, son of Miraya and Iravan.

Today, they build together
the foundation of their marriage

upon the earth,

in the presence of sacred fire
and the radiant sun,

and, of course,
among their friends and family.

And so let us begin the ceremony
that will bind them together.

So long as they both shall live.

Aw, yeah.


Max is leaving
for Massachusetts tomorrow?

Yeah, I can't believe it.

I keep trying to think of a way
to make him stay, but I guess...

I can't. I guess I have to let him go.

Love sucks.

- I'm getting that tattooed on my face.
- Ha-ha-ha.

Well, that'll keep the boys away.

I doubt it.

Hey, hey, hey.

Okay, everybody, um,
it's time for the bouquet toss.

Can't believe I'm saying that,
but there it is.

So gather round
all of you single ladies.

Oh, Lord,
I am so not in the mood for this.

Yeah, no kidding.
I'm gonna get us drinks.

If that bouquet comes near me,
I'm gonna kick it.

Go on the count of three.

Ready? One...

- Two...
- Over here.


My God.


- Why, I think I will.
- Okay.


What are you doing here?

Silver, please
just hear me out, okay?

I know I've made some mistakes,
I have.

And I am so sorry.

Will you just give me a chance
to explain myself?

Please, I'm begging you.


Go to hell, Adrianna.


Oh, hey.

They're a great couple.

Yeah, they are.
You know, they really are.

Ivy's glad that you came, you know.

It means the world to her.

Well, I love Ivy and...

Sometimes when
you love someone,

you have to let them
be their own person, you know.

Even if you don't agree
with what they wanna do with their life.

You have to let them
beat their own tambourine

even if you don't care
for tambourine music.

I'm sorry, Laurel, I have to go.

Oh, man, I'm sorry to get so heavy.

I got stoned
with the elephant trainer guy.

No, no, not at all.

Thank you.

What the heck happened
to your arm?

Bouquet toss.

Are you serious?

Yeah, I got gouged by a stiletto.

You should get a tetanus shot.

No, you know
who needs to get shot?

The heifer that impaled me.

I'm sorry,
if you can't handle heels, wear flats.

Words to live by.

Hi, hi. Dixon, do you know
what port Liam's leaving from?

Uh, Long Beach, why?

Because I've been a complete idiot,

and I love him,
and I have to see him before he goes.

- So wish me luck.
- Oh, good luck.

Run like the wind.

- Go get him.
- Think she's gonna make it on time?

- I hope so.
- Hey, who can say?

Who can say
what's gonna happen to us?

I mean, the future,
the future is unknown.

Hey, I just feel
like being a little philosophical, okay?


- I'm a little drunk.
- I know.

- I like it.
- To the future.

The future.

- To CU.
- Hey, are you still going?

The dean e-mailed me. It's cool.

Class of 2015, bitches.

- 2015.
- Hold on, wait, um...

To Pepperdine, huh?

- To Pepperdine.
- To Pepperdine.

- To getting back on the tennis circuit.
- Yeah.

To wherever the hell
I end up next year.

Just hopefully
not the Beverly Center selling jeans.

I'll buy some, I'll buy some.

- To Ivy and Raj.
- To Ivy and Raj.

To Ivy and Raj.

And to enjoying every day
as it comes.

- Yes.
- Cheers.

Come on, losers, on your feet.


Come on, Teddy.


- It's gonna be okay.
- It's not.

It's not okay.

I ruined everything.


- Adrianna.
- You were right.

There's nothing I could do
to make things better.


That's not true.

There is something you can do.


I'll do anything.

You can make all of this better
with just one step.

Everyone would be better off

if you were dead.

Everyone would be happier.

The world would be a better place.

Go on, Adrianna.

Do the right thing.

I don't wanna die.

I'm not gonna do it.

I'm gonna try and be a better person.

I'm not gonna give up.

I'm not gonna give up.




What are you doing here?

I want you to play
your own tambourine music.


Look, I know that I don't understand
why you're doing what you're doing,

but I know that it's important to you
and so I support your decision.

You do?

You know I never meant to hurt you.

I know.

I gotta go.

I love you.

I love you too.

And I really do hope that you find
whatever you're looking for.

And after you find it,

then you can come
and find me in Pittsburgh.


Hey. Hold on.

- Naomi.
- Hi.

- You shouldn't be here.
- I know, I know, I'm sorry.

Kiss me.

- Max...
- You gotta go, Naomi.

- If they find you here, they're...
- I have to tell you something.

There was a bouquet toss
at the wedding

and I got my arm gouged
by a nasty stiletto.

Jeez, I'm so sorry,
but really, you should go.

And I ended up
in the emergency room,

they gave me a tetanus shot
and blood work.

Would you please?

Max, I'm pregnant.